Important Reasons to Get a Prenup: Protecting Your Assets and Future

A prenuptial agreement is a legal document that outlines certain stipulations to which you and your spouse must adhere once …

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Facing Claims from the NC Board of Chiropractic Examiners

How to Handle Chiropractor License Defense You’ve worked hard to build up your clientele and reputation. You provide the best …

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North Carolina Child Custody Mediation Checklist

If you’re attending a child custody mediation, having a checklist can make the session more productive. You need a custody …

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How Does Divorce Mediation Work in North Carolina?

Divorce mediation in North Carolina generally works in two phases. The first phase is for child custody and visitation. A …

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Divorce as a Stay-at-Home Mom

Divorce as a stay-at-home mom can be daunting. You have important rights. Also, there are things you should know as …

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How to Prove Adultery in North Carolina

Proving adultery can significantly impact a North Carolina divorce. Since it’s up to the other spouse to present evidence of …

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What Are The Qualifications To Receive Alimony?

Qualifying for alimony may be an important part of your North Carolina divorce proceedings. It’s important to understand how to …

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Does North Carolina Family Court Drug Testing Affect Custody?

Drug testing is a part of the family court system. If a parent is ordered to take a drug test, …

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Divorce Checklist for Fathers

The divorce checklist for fathers can help with your divorce proceedings. Our Charlotte family and divorce attorney at Remington & …

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How to File for Emergency Child Custody in NC

To file for emergency child custody in North Carolina, file a complaint or motion with the court stating one of …

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